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Ancient port discovered in Egypt

Ancient port discovered in Egypt Jul 30th, 2011 at 12:00PM: Archaeologists working in Egypt have discovered a harbor on the Red Sea that was used for international trade. The excavation at Mersa Gawasis has revealed traces of an ancient harbor. It's long been known that the Egyptians traded down the coast of Africa, but the location of their embarkation was unknown. A famous carving at Deir el-Bahari, the temple of Queen Hatshepsut, shows an...

Traveling from Africa's lowest to highest point

Traveling from Africa's lowest to highest point Jan 29th, 2011 at 8:00AM: Traveling through Africa is always an adventure, but a British man, fresh from a stint in the Peace Corps, has found a way to add even more excitement to a journey through the wildest continent on Earth. Last week, Kyle Henning set out on a journey that he has dubbed as Low2High: Africa. His adventure started at Lake Assal, located in central Djibouti, which has the distinction of being the...

Juvenile humor - 10 tourist destinations with names that make you giggle

Juvenile humor - 10 tourist destinations with names that make you giggle May 28th, 2009 at 1:00PM: Sometimes it is just fine to giggle like a little kid when you see a funny sounding name. In this lineup of 10 destinations, you'll find names that are funny, disturbing or just plain hilarious. You will need a sense of humor to appreciate these places, because if you don't, you'll just think I'm a sick and twisted individual who needs professional help. Click here to view the gallery ...

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